Fan club

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For Quebec youth television series, see Fan Club (TV series). For the New Zealand band, see Aishah and The Fan Club. For the album by Asian Kung-Fu Generation, see Fanclub.
Hertha BSC UK fan club

A fan club is a group that is dedicated to a well-known person, group, idea (such as history) or sometimes even an inanimate object (such as a famous building). Most fan clubs are run by fans who devote considerable time and resources to supporting them. There are also "official" fan clubs that are run by someone associated with the person or organization the club is centered around. This is the case for many musicians, sports teams and more.

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Larger fan clubs may organize events and fundraising relating to what they are based on. In some cases the money that is raised goes directly to the people the fan club is based around or to fund the fan club itself. www.fansclub24.com

Internet[edit]

Main article: Fansite

Today, many fan clubs have web sites to support their adoring efforts. These sites usually have photos and information on the object of their affection. For example, a fan site dedicated to musicians might have photos, videos, discussion boards, and information on upcoming concerts.

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